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ASHHRA What's New
[WEBINAR] This interactive webinar is designed to help health care leaders find new strategies for recognizing their care team for heightened appreciation and engagement. Speakers Cynthia King, Ph.D., and Kathy Boswell will introduce the REWARDS model of implementable recognition practices, such as rounding to actively notice opportunities for recognition and reflection exercises to strengthen recognition initiatives.
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[WEBINAR] As a result of COVID-19, the health care recruitment landscape has been in a constant state of flux. As hiring needs continue to change, health care recruiters are adapting their strategies to meet the demands of their health care organizations. To better understand how your health care organization can move forward in the current environment, we will explain: 1) What happened? 2) What's coming next? 3) What should I do next?
On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] Ethnocultural empathy is empathy towards racial and ethnic minorities, and is a requisite competency in eliminating racial/ethnic health disparities. This webinar will provide participants with a few key applications from the new, research-informed curriculum at the George Washington (GW) School of Medicine and Health Services. To create this new curriculum, GW faculty led a mixed-methods study to determine course format and content most suitable for teaching and assessing empathy among traditional and non-traditional learners working with racial and ethnic minorities in a range of health care settings.
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[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] Health care workers have been at the center of the COVID-19 crisis since its beginning. Although the number of new cases and deaths slowed to a degree, they are rising again, keeping these courageous and dedicated workers on the front lines. They responded heroically while enduring a great deal of stress and pain. They received expressions of gratitude and homage from their communities...but was that enough? What have we learned and what can we do in this next phase in support of health care workers? This presentation will examine what was done and what should be done.
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ASHHRA collaborated with the attorneys from Littler to discuss the long term effects COVID-19 will have on health care HR. This episode discusses leveraging staff across the industry to care for COVID-19 patients. Topics ranged from sharing staff between sister organizations, reallocating staff within a facility, bringing in travelers and staff from other parts of the country and how organized labor contracts were applicable needed to be modified for the sake of the patients.
Webinar Recordings
ASHHRA recognizes that health care human resources will not be immune to the inevitable change from the COVID-19 pandemic. With feedback from ASHHRA members and questions collected from the ASHHRA Exchange online community, ASHHRA collaborated with the attorneys from Littler to discuss the long term effects COVID-19 will have on health care HR.
On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] This webinar will discuss the rising debt levels being carried by today’s medical professions, especially physicians, and how the debt may impact recruitment and retention efforts in both positive and negative ways. The presenter with go over solutions that organizations can leverage to enhance their compensation and benefits package.
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[PODCAST] On this AHA podcast, Juana Slade, director of diversity and language services at AnMed Health, and Anton Gunn, hospital chief diversity officer and executive director of community health innovation at MUSC Health, shared their reactions to the senseless killing of another unarmed black person, as well as advice for hospital leaders to bring hope to staff, colleagues and communities during these difficult times.
HR Pulse Article
[HR Pulse Article] By Chris Cimino Health care leaders have faced many challenges in recent years (e.g., serious staffing shortages, financial challenges caused by increasing costs and declining reimbursements, etc.); however, none more daunting than the COVID-19 pandemic that has sickened millions worldwide and will undoubtedly be remembered as the most significant crisis the field has ever confronted.
HR Pulse Article
[HR Pulse Article] By Bridget Berkland, M.A., NBC-HWC; Kaisa Wieneke, M.P.H; Ronald Menaker, Ed.D., CPA; and Charlotte Brunholzl, M.A., R.T.(R) Forward-looking organizations recognize it is essential to assess the workplace environment and how it impacts employees’ experiences. Research has been well-documented on how burnout decreases health care employees’ job satisfaction, engagement, well-being and quality of patient care. This demonstrates the urgent need to identify innovative approaches to address this issue.
HR Pulse Article
[HR Pulse Article] By Jeremy Sadlier The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing hospitals to think innovatively and act quickly to ensure and maintain the staffing levels required to combat it. As the number of patients surges, long hours, skyrocketing stress and staff infection/exposure rates are just a few of the factors taking a dramatic toll on frontline clinicians as well as other hospital employees.
HR Pulse Article
[HR Pulse Article] By Rollis Fontenot III When thinking about social media strategies, it’s important to examine the intent of the strategy. What is the main purpose? The strategy for employee recruitment at a health care organization will look much different than a strategy with the purpose of employee engagement. This article focuses on the recruitment of health care professionals, including both clinical and nonclinical applicants, and discusses the first of three key areas of social media strategy
HR Pulse Article
[HR Pulse Article] By Erick Richardson, Ph.D., MPH, MBA, PHR, SHRM-CP, CHHR, ACHE and Jean Gordon, BSN, MS/HRM, MSN/ED, MBA, AAC, FNP, DBA Telework has historically been defined as work conducted outside of the immediate workplace. An accepted business standard of operation for decades, telework is synonymously associated with telecommuting, cybercommuting and remote work. Over the past few decades, telework has evolved from an accommodation to address various transportation issues within major cities to an effort of creating flexible workplaces and schedules as a tool for recruitment and retention of knowledge workers. Peter Drucker defined knowledge workers as high level employees primarily contributing to the organization through theoretical and analytical inputs. An early visionary, Drucker realized that knowledge workers would provide critical contributions within the 21st century.
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[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] As a country we are continually adapting and being proactive when addressing the physical health of our health care staff, but what are we doing about their mental health now and in the future? Explore how the trauma of this pandemic is affecting our health care workforce and what supports are available as we navigate what the future holds. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) will be introduced as an educational opportunity to help leaders and human resources professionals do what they do best – help others. This webinar will provide understanding, resources and strategies on the basics of trauma, recognizing signs and symptoms of common mental health concerns, and how to access appropriate support. Mental health cannot be an afterthought in coping with a pandemic and this webinar will introduce you to basic skills needed to support health care employee wellbeing in this new environment and beyond.
On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] Weeks ago, we were sitting in meetings with coworkers, laughing with peers over lunch, and maybe even gearing up for a big presentation. Now, most of us are either working from home in self- isolation or risking our health and the health of our family when we go to work each day. Few could have predicted or prepared for how much life and work as we knew it would change in a matter of weeks. As we continue working in this new paradigm, it is more important than ever to consciously build and maintain strong relationships with our teams.
On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] In this 30-minute webinar, Chris Cimino will provide an update on important developments regarding union organizing targeting health care employees across the U.S. Chris will also review the organizing tactics strategies unions have implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar will highlight steps health care employers should take now to increase employee engagement and maintain their union-free work environments.
On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] Gain an overview of strategies on how social media, when implemented successfully by a hospital, can create increased positive results and awareness. There are ancillary topics that come with a focused social media campaign. This webinar will share information on how a well-constructed campaign can impact your hospital.
Guides/Reports
[REPORT] The 52nd Semi-Annual ASHHRA/IRI Labor Activity in Health Care Report includes: an analysis of national, regional and state representation petitions and elections (RC, RD and RM) as reported by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) during 2018 and 2019; and the Labor Law/Activity Update.
HR Pulse Article
[HR Pulse Article] Today, depression is the number-one cause of medical disability among Americans age 14 to 441, with the World Health Organization (WHO) reporting it as the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. And, the issue is growing, with more than 300 million Americans living with depression, a number that has increased 18% between 2005 and 2015. It is estimated one in five American adults experience mental health problems in any given year.2 In addition to the harmful impact on individual lives and families, the financial repercussion in terms of lost productive hours and benefits to employers is colossal.
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[HR Pulse Article] The 2020 version of the AHA’s annual Environmental Scan offers an overview of the trends, statistics and economic forecasts most likely to affect patients and providers across the health care continuum.